DEA Busts Drug Cells That Distributed For Mexican Cartel

The DEA  and other law enforcement agencies busted up a number of cells that distributed drugs for a huge Mexican cartel.
By Greg Moran
San Diego Union-Tribune
SAN DIEGO – Federal authorities on Wednesday announced the indictments of 35 members of a half-dozen drug-trafficking cells that shuttled drugs north and cash south through Imperial County.
The indictments focused on six distribution cells that ran drugs for a Mexican organization known as the Sinaloa cartel, U.S. Attorney Karen Hewitt said at a news conference.
Led by Joaquin “Chapo” Guzman, the Sinaloa cartel is believed to be one of the groups currently locked in a bloody gang war with the weakening Arellano Felix cartel for dominance in Tijuana.
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